Hisaronu is set amidst stunning mountain scenery, high in pine-clad hills, the kind of green countryside that would remind you more of the Alps than Turkey. Hisaronu hotels are mostly built in the charming local style, low-rise with wooden decorated balconies as befits such a beautiful setting. Holidays in Hisaronu have everything on hand for complete relaxation. As the sun sets over Hisaronu, holiday-makers promenade up and down the main street, bartering for souvenirs, T-shirts, and local wares and deciding which of the many restaurants to frequent. There is a wide choice of local and international cuisine and eating out is sure to be a highlight of your holiday in Hisaronu. The area of Ovacik is a little quieter, and benefits from even more stunning views. Make sure you set aside at least half a day of your Hisaronu holiday to visit the eerie ghost town of Kayaköy, an abandoned Greek stone village. The market town of Fethiye is a short dolmus (minibus) ride away with its narrow streets perfect for picking up souvenirs of your holiday in Hisaronu. A short dolmus ride from Hisaronu is Turkeys most famous beach, Ölü Deniz, a sweeping swathe of coarse sand with its renowned picturesque lagoon.